Many people create New Year’s Resolutions. Many people have intentions that they want to accomplish something throughout the year. Many people create and embrace items that support this each year: Vision Boards, Affirmations and even Words of the Year. But, many of these people will not accomplish their goals. Why is this? Because, they will lose focus and allow ‘life’ to create their path. That’s why it’s so very important to support your intentions, your dreams and your goals ~ not yearly but weekly! One of the ways you can support your intentions is to create a Word of the WEEK!
Once you have created your goals for the week and your intentions for what you want to contribute to work, family and play, then, you can create a Word of the Week that supports those intetions. Words have powerful meanings. You already hold the word in your mind as an image and a defined meaning. It has ENERGY to you. “Where Intention Goes, Energy Flows” Thereby, supporting your intention with a simple WORD, you ALREADY are creating an energetic pathway to achieve that intention.
You can support your intentions by creating this Word Of the Week quickly and easily. So, after you’ve looked at the week ahead, mapped out what you desire to achieve try these 4 simple things to create your word for the week:
1) Visualize the FEELING you will have when you accomplish your intentions.
2) Visualize the AFFECT accomplishing these intentions will have on you when they are achieved.
3) Scribble down quickly words that come to you
4) Circle the one that BEST represents the outcome to you
This will become your word of the week!
This process should take you no more than 5 minutes ~ once you’ve centered yourself and visualize, don’t second guess it. This is information coming from your Inner Wisdom! Use it! You can write this down on paper and place it in strategic places where you will see it. I often repeat it when I am driving to and from work or while out and about doing errands as a way of cementing the word into my week!
Have you ever used a Word of the Week? After you create one, how could you use it to support your intentions?